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The Difference Between Retrograde and Anterograde Amnesia

The major difference between retrograde amnesia and anterograde amnesia is the following: Retrograde amnesia is the inability to recall past memories while anterograde amnesia is the inability to create new memories. Read the full article below for the explanation. Sudden memory loss is more commonly referred to as amnesia. It can be either retrograde, in…

How to Use Visual Aides to Improve Memory

Over time, people have learned various strategies to allow them to increase their ability to recall information and retain data in their memory. From mnemonic devices to periodic review, there are a number of ways to help with your memory retention. However, not every technique works for everyone–different people have different ways that work best…

What is Cortisol and What Does its Presence Do To Your Memory?

Perhaps you’ve heard of the stress hormone cortisol before. And if you haven’t, you’re probably wondering what it has to do with memory loss. Actually, in addition to memory loss, cortisol is responsible for other negative effects to one’s body, including increasing your blood pressure, suppressing thyroid functions, causing blood sugar abnormalities and imbalances that…

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